SE Grand Junction offers commuter’s access to I-70 Business, Highway 50, Highway 141, Riverfront Parkway and all parts of the Grand Valley.
SE Grand Junction boundaries are defined south of I-70 Business Loop to the Colorado River and from 29 Road to west-side of 32 Road.
A tight inventory of available homes has created opportunities in SE Grand Junction. Builders are turning to the SE area and building in established developments with plans for infrastructure construction other neighborhoods. With all the active building in SE Grand Junction, landowners are considering whether to subdivide larger parcels and get them ready for subdivision approval.
Popular SE Grand Junction established neighborhoods are Sundown Village, Meadowvale, Chatfield, Dakoa West and Dove Creek. People live in this area for the convenience and the proximity to the natural beauty of the area. The Riverfront Trail runs along the Colorado River and there are many access points to the Trail through the neighborhoods.
A community that is still building is River Trail, an energy star homes with an option for solar panels on the roof to generate electricity. River Trails offers their residents a back gate to the expansive Riverfront Trail and the Colorado River. Corn Lake, one of the five separate parks that make up the James M. Robb Colorado Riverfront State Park is in the southeast area, with fishing, riverfront access, picnic areas and hiking and biking trail access. SE Grand Junction has a few elementary schools, Grand Mesa Middle School and Central High School
SE Grand Junction has the Most New Home Communities
These communities appeal to first-time buyers for their affordability: Pear Meadows, Pear Park Place, River Trails, Wexford Estates, and Monarch Ridge.